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View Resource Landsat Education and Outreach Program

By virtue of its long history, Landsat?s education and outreach program has spawned many educational resources. The effort continues with what will be the newest in this series of satellites, the L...

http://landsat.gsfc.nasa.gov/education/
View Resource JASON 1

Launched in December 2001, the Jason-1 spacecraft uses microwaves to monitor the height of the water of the Earth?s oceans. This information helps scientists understand weather patterns like El N...

http://sealevel.jpl.nasa.gov/
View Resource QUIKSCAT

QuikSCAT is primarily known as a powerful weather-monitoring tool that bounces bursts of microwaves off of the Earth?s surface to measure wind speeds. This information is important to scientists w...

http://winds.jpl.nasa.gov/missions/quikscat/index.cfm
View Resource TERRA

Terra (formerly EOS AM-1) is the flagship satellite of NASA's Earth observing systems. Terra is the first EOS (Earth Observing System) platform and provides global data on the state of the atmosphere...

http://terra.nasa.gov/
View Resource A Warming World: Global Temperature Update

Each year, scientists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies analyze global temperature data. The past year, 2009, tied as the second warmest year since global instumental temperature records...

http://climate.nasa.gov/warmingworld/
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